Female Athletes Are Too Fit To Get Pregnant

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"There should be a balance between eating healthy and continuing to exercise," she said. "I have made a conscious effort to add more to my diet. Now, my husband says stop putting nuts and cheese on everything."

Joyce now sees a nutritionist in anticipation of a second pregnancy, and hopes to have "the best of both worlds."

"I keep up my activity and I eat healthy," she said. "I can't wait to get back running. I have a few high goals and the rest is for fun."

ABC News' On Campus reporter Marlei Martinez contributed to this story.

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